List of Philippines Mobile Number Prefixes 2024

If you keep on asking to your friends what networks is 0955,0956, 09XX and other mobile number prefix, here a complete guide that you can use to tell what network or SIM card they are using. This table list down the entire prefix available in Philippines from Smart Communications, Globe Telecom, Talk N Text (TNT), Sun Cellular, Cherry Prepaid, ABS CBN Mobile and other small network providers. Contents Globe Numbers Prefix Smart Numbers Prefix DITO Numbers Prefix Sun Cellular Numbers Prefix We all know that they offer promos like call, text and mobile data to their customers. The list below is very useful when it comes to calling and texting as not all telcos offer free interconnection call and text charges. To help you out of asking, “What network is 09XX? Globe or Smart? TM or TNT? Just take a look at the table below to solve your problem. Mobile Number Prefixes 2022 Prefix What Network 0813 Smart / Talk N Text / TNT 0817

0963 - What network? Is Smart Communications Mobile Network Prefix

 What network is 0963 mobile number?

When you receive calls or text from someone using 0963 mobile number, it is Smart Communications network prefix. You can now save it on your phone book or contacts and label it with the network where it belong. The 0963 number is one of the latest number series assigned to Smart/TNT/Sun Cellular.

0963 What network

0963 What Network

The 0963 or +63963 is a prefix number used by Smart network users in the Philippines.

How to Call 0963 mobile number?

If you’re calling within Philippines just dial the number starting with 0963 or +63963. Make sure you have enough load balance on your account to initiate a call or register to any Smart unlimited calls and texts promo offers.

See also: How to Call a Landline using Cellphone

Standard call rates

  • ₱6.50 per minute calls to Smart/TNT
  • ₱7.50 per minute calls to other network

How to Register a Promo

TNT and Smart subscribers can register to a promo by using the Smart app or by dialing *123# USSD code menu.

If you're calling outside the country or abroad, use the dialing format +63 plus 10-digit mobile number excluding ‘0’.

To text, you can simply save this number in your contact list then browse it every time you send an SMS.

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